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Afghan probe begins in attack on AP journalists
Thursday, 04.10.2014, 11:15am

Afghan central government authorities on Wednesday began questioning the police commander who killed an Associated Press photographer and wounded an AP reporter, a day after he was transferred by helicopter to the capital - a rare case in which an Afghan officer or soldier who shot a foreigner was captured alive

By: Bruce G. Richardson - Russian Intrigue in Afghanistan
Thursday, 04.10.2014, 11:10am

Moscow in support of a continuation of War to discourage Western competition from their quest to dominate Afghanistan’s bountiful natural resources

Karzai Is Trying to Keep His Sway After Term Ends
Friday, 04.04.2014, 09:24pm
American officials have ignored him, and Afghanistan’s presidential contenders have tried to persuade voters that they will be different from him. But those hoping to see President Hamid Karzai slip into a quiet retirement may be disappointed in the months to come.

Afghan war victim creating 'mind-blowing' paintings after being fitted with a prosthetic arm
Friday, 04.04.2014, 10:32am
Shah Bibi Tarakhail, seven, lost her right eye and arm while playing in her Afghan village less than a year ago. She picked up what she thought was a rock which exploded, severely injuring her and killing her brother

In Afghanistan, A U.S. Special Forces Major's Meteoric Rise And Humiliating Fall
Wednesday, 04.02.2014, 08:58pm

A once-promising strategy for stability in Afghanistan ended badly two years ago, along with the career of its author and chief proponent, Army Special Forces Maj.

BY: DOV S. ZAKHEIM/The Right Man for Afghanistan
Wednesday, 03.26.2014, 05:04pm
Afghanistan's elections are upon us, but Washington's attention no longer seems to be focused on the country that America's young men and women have fought and died to bring freedom to over the past 13 years; indeed, they continue to do so

  + By: Bruce G. Richardson - All the News Fit to Print…or Distortion of History
  + Afghanistan: as China forges new alliances, a new Great Game has begun
  + Death of Marshal Fahim in delicate and sensitive situation/ By: Nazar M. Mutmaeen
  + Bruce G. Richardson / CIA: Global Drug Trafficking, Terrorist Affiliations, Political Assassination…Resolution by other (Unlawful, Unethical and Immoral) Means
  + Matiullah Abid, Afghanistan's 'cricket man'
  + Interview: Karzai says 12-year Afghanistan war has left him angry at US government
  + By: Nazar Mohamamd Mutmaeen/ Why Obama Called to Karzai? What had happened?
  + By Prof. M. Siddieq Noorzoy- The Urgency of Establishing Peace in Afghanistan
  + Afghan soldiers die as Taliban attack checkpoint in Kunar
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Mr. Bruce G. Richardson sits in a room in his Charlestown home with some of his Afghanistan photographs on the walls



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